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  • GoodLife Fitness to open in west Calgary’s Trinity Hills community

    GoodLife Fitness to open in west Calgary’s Trinity Hills community

    30,000 square foot fitness club to join mix of retailers, services in ‘urban village’. GoodLife Fitness will open a 30,000 square foot co-ed club in Calgary’s
    new Trinity Hills development, joining the mix of retailers, restaurants, hotels, office space and
    services already slated for the area. The club is expected to open in 2020.

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  • Challenge 2017: ‘Pets, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll’ will dominate the retail landscape

    Challenge 2017: ‘Pets, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll’ will dominate the retail landscape

    Fred Waks has spent decades as a shopping centre developer watching and anticipating retail trends as chief executive of Trinity Development Group Inc. and former president and chief operating officer at RioCan REIT. But his crystal ball for brick-and-mortar retailers is a little murky as they ponder how to divide up their investments between capital upgrades and technological ones to face a number of threats.

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  • Grey Cup celebration continues at Christmas Market tree lighting

    Grey Cup celebration continues at Christmas Market tree lighting

    Ottawa Redblacks defensive back Brendan Gillanders shared the Grey Cup with kids at the Christmas Market tree lighting in front of the Aberdeen Pavilion on Friday, Dec. 2, 2016.

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  • NCC talks with Melnyk’s RendezVous group on LeBreton Flats project move ahead

    NCC talks with Melnyk’s RendezVous group on LeBreton Flats project move ahead

    Ottawa residents will have to wait at least another year to find out whether they can look forward to watching the Ottawa Senators play in a new downtown arena.

    After hearing that enough progress has been made in talks with Eugene Melnyk’s RendezVous LeBreton group to designate it as the preferred proponent to develop LeBreton Flats, the National Capital Commission’s board agreed Thursday to begin formal negotiations.

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  • The Redblacks end 40 years of frustration in Ottawa with Grey Cup win over Stamps in OTRedblacks 39, Stampeders 33 (OT)

    The Redblacks end 40 years of frustration in Ottawa with Grey Cup win over Stamps in OTRedblacks 39, Stampeders 33 (OT)

    TORONTO — Move over, Tommy Clements. Make some room, Tony Gabriel. Henry Burris and Ernest Jackson are joining you in Ottawa’s hall of heroes.

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